（ ）1. What does the man mean?
A. He will help the woman.
B. He will hand something to the woman.
C. He doesn't understand what the woman means.
（ ）2. Where are the two speakers?
A. At an airport. B. In the centre of a town. C. At a railway station.
（ ）3. What will the man probably do?
A. Wait for a while. B. Leave immediately. C. Attend the
（ ）4. Why is the man late?
A. He could not walk fast. B. He failed to catch his bus again. C. His clock
（ ）5. What does the woman advise the man to do?
A. Put the table aside. B. Read the instruction book. C. Fit everything together.
（ ）6. What is the woman thinking about?
A. The exams. B. The English class. C. The coming
（ ）7. What makes the man change his mind?
A. He thinks hiking is firing. B. He wants to be with the woman.
C. He wants to keep away from the cold weather.
（ ）8. When does the conversation take place?
A. Before the concert. B. During the concert. C. After the
（ ）9. Why is the woman so excited?
A. She is fond of difficult pieces. B. The second piece is very exciting.
C. She likes the conductor very much.
（ ）10. What did the man buy last week?
A. A T-shirt. B. A jacket. C. Jeans.
（ ）11. Where did the man buy the leather jacket?
A. In the high street. B. In the second-hand shop. C. In the big
（ ）12. How much did the jacket cost?
A. ￡15. B. ￡80. C.￡100.
（ ）13. What made Susan think that money was important?
A. Her father couldn't buy her clothes.
B. Her father was always worried about money.
C. Her father went into his burning house to save his money.
（ ）14. What did Susan do when she grew up?
A. An advisor. B. A businesswoman. C. A professional
（ ）15. What is the speaker talking about?
A. A book. B. A friend. C. A programme.
例： It's so nice to hear from her again. , we last met more than thirty years ago.
A. What's more B. That's to say
C. In other words D. Believe it or not
（ ）21. —When did accident happen ?
—Let me see It was very hot afternoon in July so there
was not much traffic in the street.
A. the : the B. an :不填 C. an : the D. the : a
（ ）22. We have built a new hospital there used to be a garden.
A. in which B. what C. when D. where
（ ）23. — How much salt did you put in the soup?
— I'm sorry to say.
A. nothing B. no one C. none D. no （ ）24. more time. we could have done the job better,
A. Given B. To give C. Giving D. Having given
（ ）25. Those are model teachers, most of are young women.
A. that B. who C. whom D. whose （ ）26．—I dropped in at your house at about eight yesterday evening．but you weren’t in． —regular exercises at the club．
A．did B．had done C．was doing D．have done
（ ）27．He is the only one of the employees who sent abroad for further training for five years．
A．is B．are C．have been D．has been （ ）28．—How amazing it is that astronauts are exploring outer space!
—It’s a challenge，I guess，．
A．of B．on C．by D．about （ ）29．—Could you meet me at the station?
—I’d like to，Shanghai when you return．
A．will visit B．am going to visit C．will be visiting D．would
（ ）30．It was through his hard work he achieved his goal．
A．as B．when C．since D．that （ ）31．You are late. If you a few minutes earlier, you him．
A．came；would meet B．had come；would have met
C．come；will meet D．had come；would met
（ ）32．The teacher that his students have difficulty in English grammar,
decided to give them some further training．
A．knowing B．know C．to know D．being known
（ ）33．Nowadays with the development of Our society, more and more hi-tech products ．
A．have been introduced B．have introduced
C．are introducing D．are introduced
（ ）34． Surprised me most was they had finished it so quickly．
A．What；what B．That；that C．What；that D．That；what （ ）35．The play next month aims mainly to reflect the local culture．
A．produced B．being produced C．to be produced D．having been produced
I did very badly at school．My headmaster thought I was and when I was 14 he said，“You’re never going to be 37 but a failure．”
，I fell in love with a very nice middle-class girl．It was the best that could have happened to me．I I wanted to do something positive with my life because I wanted to to her that what people said about me was Especially her mother ,who had said to me，“Let’s it, you've failed at everything you've ever done." So I tried hard with my and went to college. My first novel came while I was at college.
After college I taught during the in high schools and attended evening classes at London University, where I got a in history. I became a lecturer at a college and decided to that job to write full time I was offered a part-time job at Leeds University. I began to feel proud of myself －here was a working-class boy who'd teaching at the university.
My writing career took off when I , have been on TV, and met lots of film stars. wish all the people that have put me down had
（ ）36. A. bright B. useless C. simple D. hopeful （ ）37. A. anything B. something C. everything D. nothing （ ）38. A. low B. poor C. good D. useful （ ）39. A. support B. happiness C. surprise D. thing （ ）40. A. admitted B. decided C. planned D. told （ ）41. A. tell B. act C. prove D. witness （ ）42. A. wrong B. fight C. stupid D. faulty （ ）43. A. see B. know C. understand D. face （ ）44. A. experiment B. practice C. writing D.
（ ）45. A. on B. up C. out D. back （ ）46. A. day B. night C. month D. year （ ）47. A. graduation B. pass C. degree D. credit （ ）48. A. abandon B. quit C. ban D. cancel （ ）49. A. while B. if C. when D. or
（ ）50. A. left B. attended C. changed D. graduated （ ）51. A. discovered B. invented C. viewed D. observed （ ）52. A. gifted B. intelligent C. important D. famous （ ）53. A. And B. But C. So D. Besides （ ）54. A. just B. exactly C. mostly D. nearly （ ）55. A. praised B. said C. answered D. advised
On the first day of school, one of my classmates began a talk with me that hanged my life. She said，“Hi，handsome．My name is Rose．I am eighty-seven years old．”
“Why are you in college at such an age?” I asked．
“I always dreamed of having a college education and now I am getting one!” she told me． After class we walked to the student union building and shared a chocolate． At the end of the semester, we invited Rose to speak at our football banquet and I will never forget what she taught us．She cleared her throat and began：
“We do not stop playing because we are old；we grow old because we stop playing．There are only four secrets to staying young，being happy and achieving success．”
“You have to laugh and find humor each and every day．”
“You have got to have a dream．When you lose your dreams，you die．We have so many people walking around who are dead and they don’t even know it!”
“There is a giant difference between growing older and growing up．If you are nineteen years old and lie in bed for one full year and don’t do one productive thing．you will turn twenty years old．If I am eighty-seven years old and stay in bed for a year and never do anything I will turn eighty-eight．Anybody can grow older．That doesn't take any talent or ability．The idea is to grow up by always finding the opportunity in change．”
“Have no regrets．The elderly usually don’t have regrets for what we did，but rather for things we did not do．The only people who fear death are those with regrets．”
She concluded her speech by courageously singing“The Rose．”She challenged each of us to study the lyrics and live them out in our daily lives．
At year’s end．Rose finished the college degree she had begun all those years ago．One week after graduation，Rose died peacefully in her sleep．Over two thousand college students attended her funeral in honor of the wonderful woman who taught by example that it is never too late to be all you can possibly be．
（ ）56．How do you understand the underlined sentence“We became instant friends”?
A．We became friends right after the class．
B．We never talked to each other later then．
C．We did not keep our friendship for a long time．
D．We often helped each other after making friends．
（ ）57．Rose was invited to speak at the football banquet most probably because ．
A．she was a great football fan
B．she tried hard to achieve her dreams
C．she became more educated than the professors
D．she was an outstanding student at the university
（ ）58．Rose will agree with the idea that .
A．growing older means growing up
B．one can grow up without doing anything
C．it takes one’s talent and ability to grow up
D．one grows older at the same time when he grows up
（ ）59．According to Rose，people will not fear death when ．
A．they achieve all they want to B．they still have dreams to achieve
C．they become elderly people D．they find the chances in change （ ）60．The passage is intended to ．
A．tell a moving story about Rose
B．discuss what to do to grow up
C．instruct the readers how to live up to lives
D．teach readers how to realize their dreams
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Shyness is the cause of much unhappiness for a great many people. Shy people are anxious and self-conscious; that is, they are concerned with their own appearance and actions too much. Negative thoughts are constantly occurring in their minds: What kind of impression am I making? Do they like me? Do I sound stupid? Am I wearing unattractive clothes?
It is obvious that such uncomfortable feelings must affect people negatively. A person's self-concept is reflected in the way he or she behaves, and the way a person behaves affects other people' reactions. In general, the way people think about themselves has great effect on all areas of their lives.
Shy people，having low self-esteem(自尊)，are likely to be passive and easily influenced by others．They need that they are doing“the right thing”．Shy people are very sensitive to criticism：
they feel it confirms their shortcomings．’They also find it difficult to be pleased by praise because they believe they are unworthy of praise．A shy person may respond to praise with a statement like this one：“You are just saying that to make me feel good．I know it is not true．”It is clear that．while self-awareness is a healthy quality. overdoing it is harmful．
Can shyness be completely cut off, or at least reduced? Fortunately, people can overcome shyness with determined and patient effort in build in-self-confidence．Since shyness goes hand in hand with lack of self-esteem，it is important for people to accept their weaknesses as well as their strengths．For example，most people would like to be“A”students in every subject．It is not fair for them to consider themselves weak because they have difficulty in some areas．People’s expectations of themselves must be realistic．Living on the impossible leads to a sense of inferiority(自卑)．
Each one of ns is a unique，worthwhile individual．We are interested in oar own personal ways．The better we understand ourselves．the easier it becomes to live up to our full potential．Let’s not allow shyness to block our chances for a rich and successful life． （ ）64．The first paragraph is mainly about ．
A．the characteristics of shy people B．the cause of shyness
C．the questions in the minds of shy people D．the wav to get rid of shyness （ ）65．What is the shy people’s reaction to Draise?
A．They are pleased by it． B．They feel it is not true．
C．They are very sensitive to it． D．They feel it confirms their shortcomings．
（ ）66．According to the writer, self-awareness is ．
A．harmful to people B．a weak point of shy people
C．the cause of unhappiness D．a good quality
（ ）67．We can infer from the passage that shyness ．
A．helps us to live up to our full potential．
B．enables us to understand ourselves better．
C．blocks our chances for a rich life．
D．has nothing to do with lack of self-esteem．
In Britain，in a population of 60 million，there are 13million grandparents，many of whom live alone，a long way from their grandchildren．The loneliness of these older people has become an issue that schools are trying to teach children about．
On a popular teachers' website, there is a classroom activity to help make children aware of the implications of the different generations of the same family living far from each other. It's a story about Mrs. Eiderdown, an elderly lady whose grandchildren have moved to Australia with their parents. She lives alone and rarely sees her family.
What does she have for breakfast? What does she do all day? How does she feel about her life?
One day, Mrs. Eiderdown decides that she wants a pet to keep her company and puts an advertisement in a local shop window. Then she waits at home to see if anyone will answer her advertisement.
A tall thin man tings her doorbell. He is holding a cardboard box. Mrs, Eiderdown chats with the man for ten minutes before she realizes that she hasn't looked inside the box to see what the pet is. She can hear a hissing sound. The children guess what is in the box (a snake). Mrs. Eiderdown thanks the man but says she doesn't think the snake is a good idea.
The next time the doorbell rings, there's lady on the doorstep, also carrying a cardboard box. In the bottom of the box, Mrs. Eiderdown sees something black and hairy with eight legs. Again, the children say what they think it is(a spider). Mrs. Eiderdown thanks the lady for her kindness but says that a spider is not the sort of pet she has in mind.
At last, the little girl next door brings her a dog. Mrs. Eiderdown's life improves a lot because of the dog. More importantly, of course, the little girl, whose own granny lives a long way away, starts to visit Mrs. Eiderdown more often. This interactive classroom idea has led to a greater awareness among children about the possible loneliness of older people who live quite near them. （ ）68. What's the main idea of the passage?
A. Children get to know about the trouble of the elderly.
B. Neighbours help select pets for Mrs Eiderdown.
C. Society helps the lonely people in the UK.
D Schools send pets to the lonely elderly.
（ ）69. What does the underlined sentence in the third paragraph mean?
A. They talk about how she feels about being old.
B. They try to experience her loneliness.
C. They try to imagine how she lives.
D. They write about her life story.
（ ）70. What can we infer from the passage?
A. The little girl often visits her own granny.
B. The people who offer pets are the lady's neighbours.
C. The farther the elderly live, the more lonely they feel.
D. The little girl begins to care more about Mrs Eiderdown.
If you do not use your arms or your legs for some time, they become weak; when you start using them again, they slowly become strong again. Everybody knows this, and nobody would think of questioning this fact. . When someone says that he has a good memory, he really means that he keeps his memory in practice by exercising it regularly, either consciously or unconsciously. When someone else says that his memory is poor, he really means that he does not give it enough opportunity to become strong. playing tennis, while the other sits in a chair or a motor car all day.
If a friend complains that his arms are weak, we know that it is his own , many of us think that his parents are to blame, or that he is just unlucky, and few of us realize that it is just as much his own fault as if it was his arms or legs that were weak. Not all of us can become extremely strong or extremely clever; but all of us can, if we have ordinary bodies and brains, improve our strength and our memory by the same means — practice.
Have you ever noticed that people who cannot read or write usually have better memories than those who can? Of course, because those who cannot read or write have to remember things: they cannot write them down in a little notebook. They have to remember dates, time and prices, names, songs and stories; so their memory is the whole time being exercised. A. What do you think of it.
B. Yet many people do not seem to know that the memory works in the same way.
C. But if he tells us that he has a poor memory.
D. So if you want a good memory.
G. The position is exactly the same as that of two people.
E. When someone else says that he is poor in health.
F. Why is this.
假设你是光明中学高三一班的学生李利，你校在进行安全教育，上周一进行了一次地震疏散演习。请你根据以下四幅图的先后顺序，为二十一世纪英语报写一篇题为“An Earthquake Drill”的英文稿件，叙述演习的完整过程。
提示词： 地震疏散演习： earthquake drill
In your spoken English class，your teacher shows you the following picture．You are asked to describe the picture and explain how you understand it．
第一节：1-5 AABCB 第二节： 6-10 AAABB 11-15 BACBA
第三节：16..windows 17. woman 18. three 19. flat 20. fought
第一节：单项填空：21-25 DDCAC 36-30 CDACD 31-35 BAACC
第二节：完形填空：36-40 BABDB 41-45 CADCC 46-50 ACBCA 51-55 ADBAB 第三部分：阅读理解
第一节：A篇 ABCAC B篇 DBC C篇 ABDC D篇 ACD